Probably the best idea is to sit down with a notebook and figure out what sort of soccer fundraising ideas would work best for your group when you think about them as your sales team. Depending on how old the kids are, you'll have to decide whether they will be doing most of the soccer fundraising on their own, or with help from their parents. This is an issue because if the kids are the ones doing the selling, they will likely try to sell to their peers, i.e. other kids before heading out into the neighborhood. Adults, however, will likely sell to other adults, and this can affect the kinds of soccer fundraising ideas you consider.
If the latter is the case with your group, then you might want to think about soccer fundraising ideas that involve products adults will love. Tea and coffee are both good ideas, as is our green fundraiser, a catalogue full of products that are good for the environment. Kids, on the other hand, may want to have some candy bars that they can sell to their friends and fellow students. This can work especially well if they have permission to do their soccer fundraising at school.
As long as you choose soccer fundraising ideas that work well with your group, it's hard to go wrong. Have a look through our soccer fundraising ideas pages to get an idea of the sorts of things that are available.